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comm/amiex/KLR_Comment12.lha

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Short:Best Comment door around with cursor-control (MST)
Author:klr at xs4all.nl
Uploader:klr xs4all nl
Type:comm/amiex
Architecture:m68k-amigaos
Date:1995-07-07
Download:http://aminet.net/comm/amiex/KLR_Comment12.lha - View contents
Readme:http://aminet.net/comm/amiex/KLR_Comment12.readme
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   KiLLER Comment is number 1001 in the row of a [C]omment doors.  But this
   is not just *a* comment door, otherwise I wouldn't have made it.  I have
   some profound reasons.

   Despite  the  fact  that  there  must be over a 1000 different [C]omment
   doors,  there  is not one comment door that suits my needs.  I have seen
   plenty of them but to me they all look ugly, have static interfaces, are
   as flexible as a log of wood and generally suck :-).

   With  this mind I've tried to make KiLLER Comment as smart and pretty as
   I  can  and  I  feel I have succeeded.  I have never seen a comment door
   that  works  as  simple  as  this  one  with  a fair amount of so-called
   'intelligence' and comes with a nice GUI.

   What  is  this  'intelligence' I speak about you say?  Well, all comment
   doors  sofar  weren't  able  to see that if I typed "c kill" I wanted to
   comment to "KiLLraVeN/MYSTiC" nor where they able to see that if I typed
   "c  amiga" I wanted to comment to the Amiga co-sysop.  KiLLER Comment is
   able to detect this!

   Another  thing  is  security.   Every  new  user  was  able to see which
   cosysops  you  had,  but  by giving every cosysop a security level, they
   will  not see their names/jobs.  And if there is only one (co)sysop they
   are  allowed  to  see,  they  will  not  even  see it is done via KiLLER
   Comment.

   Also,  per user in the [C]omment list there is a check wether he/she has
   got access to the conference that KiLLER [C]omment is called from, so it
   is impossible to write a person to someone in the wrong conference.

   What I personally also dislike are comment doors that only fill like 25%
   of  your  screen.   Not  that  you  should put a lot of nonsense in your
   comment  door,  no,  but  KiLLER  Comment puts an extra line between the
   names  of  the  (co-)sysops  if  that's possible with the user's maximum
   numbers  of  lines  he  can  handle  on his screen.  It's these kinds of
   things I miss in those 13-in-a-dozen [C]omment doors.  That's why I made
   KiLLER Comment.

   And  oh, just like I first introduced cursor control in ConfScan, KiLLER
   comment also uses cursor control for selecting a user you can write to.


Contents of comm/amiex/KLR_Comment12.lha
 PERMSSN    UID  GID    PACKED    SIZE  RATIO     CRC       STAMP          NAME
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[generic]                  267     628  42.5% -lh5- 9aa0 Jan 30  1995 K-Comment.info
[generic]                  544    1180  46.1% -lh5- 9036 Jan 30  1995 K-Comment/Icons/C.info
[generic]                14553   26012  55.9% -lh5- 6ffd Feb 14  1995 K-Comment/KC-Config
[generic]                 1019    2215  46.0% -lh5- 98a6 Jan 30  1995 K-Comment/KC-Config.info
[generic]                 8794   24513  35.9% -lh5- 4066 Feb 15  1995 K-Comment/KiLLER-Comment.GUiDE
[generic]                15604   27820  56.1% -lh5- fafa Feb  2  1995 K-Comment/KiLLER_Comment
[generic]                 5386   14352  37.5% -lh5- f59b Jan 30  1995 K-Comment/KiLLER_Comment_1.iLBM
[generic]                 4665   15612  29.9% -lh5- ed8f Jan 30  1995 K-Comment/KiLLER_Comment_2.iLBM
[generic]                 3876   12192  31.8% -lh5- 437c Jan 30  1995 K-Comment/KiLLER_Comment_3.iLBM
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 Total         9 files   54708  124524  43.9%            Jul  7  1995

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